Ultranationalists angry over Serbia-Kosovo meeting

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Serbian ultranationalists held a rally on Tuesday to accuse their country's president of treason for agreeing to hold talks with the president of Kosovo.
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serbs are terrorists

Hamilton, Canada

#1 Feb 5, 2013
Serbian ultranationalists held a rally on Tuesday to accuse their country's president of treason for agreeing to hold talks with the president of Kosovo.

The talks between Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Kosovo leader Atifete Jahjaga - scheduled to take place in Brussels on Wednesday - are part of an EU-brokered effort to improve ties between the former foes. The war ended in 1999 when NATO used a bombing campaign to chase Serbian troops out of Kosovo.

Today the mostly ethnic Albanian province is recognized as an independent country by some 90 countries, including the U.S. and most EU members, even though Russia continues to back Serbia's claim on the territory.

Serbian nationalists still consider Kosovo as the medieval cradle of the Serbian state and the Orthodox religion, and they have pledged never to give it up.

But Serbia's government knows it must normalize relations with Kosovo to advance its bid to join the European Union.

On Tuesday, dozens of followers of the extreme nationalist Serbian Radical Party rallied outside the Serbian presidency building in downtown Belgrade, waving flags and anti-EU banners. "Nikolic's decision is clear and obvious treason," said senior party official Nemanja Sarovic.

An elderly man, who identified himself only as Luka, added: "I came here to protest against Kosovo being handed over to the Albanians."

Nikolic is a former ultranationalist who backed the onslaught by Serbian forces on separatists that NATO stopped in Kosovo, but he toned down his rhetoric and proclaimed himself pro-European Union before becoming Serbia's president last year.
In another sign of progress, Serbia's government on Monday night named its first liaison officer to Pristina.
keep trying alvanians lol

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Feb 5, 2013
who cares about this whats great is 2 20 year old alvanians killed in austria by turks lololol
Serbonazis

Buffalo, NY

#3 Feb 5, 2013
you servian winjipiga swine cannot stop anything in servoslavia
keep trying alvanians lol

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Feb 5, 2013
Serbonazis wrote:
you servian winjipiga swine cannot stop anything in servoslavia
whats there to stop you idiot lol
Serbonazis

Buffalo, NY

#5 Feb 5, 2013
keep trying alvanians lol wrote:
<quoted text> whats there to stop you idiot lol
you servian winjipiga cannot stop these blogs irregardless what you do in your stupid and crazy writings.
Serbonazis

Buffalo, NY

#6 Feb 5, 2013
serbs are terrorists wrote:
Serbian ultranationalists held a rally on Tuesday to accuse their country's president of treason for agreeing to hold talks with the president of Kosovo.
The talks between Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Kosovo leader Atifete Jahjaga - scheduled to take place in Brussels on Wednesday - are part of an EU-brokered effort to improve ties between the former foes. The war ended in 1999 when NATO used a bombing campaign to chase Serbian troops out of Kosovo.
Today the mostly ethnic Albanian province is recognized as an independent country by some 90 countries, including the U.S. and most EU members, even though Russia continues to back Serbia's claim on the territory.
Serbian nationalists still consider Kosovo as the medieval cradle of the Serbian state and the Orthodox religion, and they have pledged This is a tacit recognition of Kosovonever to give it up.
But Serbia's government knows it must normalize relations with Kosovo to advance its bid to join the European Union.
On Tuesday, dozens of followers of the extreme nationalist Serbian Radical Party rallied outside the Serbian presidency building in downtown Belgrade, waving flags and anti-EU banners. "Nikolic's decision is clear and obvious treason," said senior party official Nemanja Sarovic.
An elderly man, who identified himself only as Luka, added: "I came here to protest against Kosovo being handed over to the Albanians."
Nikolic is a former ultranationalist who backed the onslaught by Serbian forces on separatists that NATO stopped in Kosovo, but he toned down his rhetoric and proclaimed himself pro-European Union before becoming Serbia's president last year.
In another sign of progress, Serbia's government on Monday night named its first liaison officer to Pristina.
This is a tacit recognition of Kosovo by the Serbia's President, one time a butcher of nonSerbs.
Ante

Sarnia, Canada

#7 Feb 5, 2013
...don't believe any of this! Nikolic is a pathological liar and he will NEVER recognise KOSOVO, CROATIA, MONTENEGRO,MAKEDONIA, or for that matter SLOVENIA!
He is a chetnik of the lowest degree and don't believe anything he says! In fact, when Montenegro was recognised, he stated that Montenegro will be serbian again-BUT this time without MONTENEGRINS!
Serbonazis

Buffalo, NY

#8 Feb 5, 2013
Sooner or later, Serbia will recognize diplomaticly not only de jure but also de facto Kosovo as a new state and country in Europe, in the Balkans.Each country has its own beginning!
brian

Valley Stream, NY

#9 Feb 5, 2013
Serbonazis wrote:
Sooner or later, Serbia will recognize diplomaticly not only de jure but also de facto Kosovo as a new state and country in Europe, in the Balkans.Each country has its own beginning!
It already has. Serbia agrees kosovo is an independent country

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